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|Citipointe Christian College|
322 Wecker Road
|Motto||I Press Towards The Goal|
|Principal||Pastor Brian Mulheran|
|Colour(s)||Navy, yellow & white |
Citipointe Christian College, previously known as Christian Outreach College Brisbane (COCB), is a K-12 Christian independent day school located in Carindale, Queensland. The school has a population of around 1700 students from preparatory to Year 12, including students in the International College. There are over 170 staff members employed by the school.
- 16 June 1974: The day Christian Outreach College Brisbane was officially founded.
- 16 May 1978: The day Christian Outreach College (West End) was officially founded and Pastor Ian Feeney was appointed headmaster. This date is also considered to be the day the college was established.
- 1982: During this year, the college was relocated from Kurilpa Street (West End) to its new and current location: Wecker Road, Mansfield.
- 1982: During this year, the college showed noticeable growth when a building was opened and named, A Block. In addition, the college went on to begin the construction of another new building called, B Block.
- 1985: This year marked the appointment of the fourth headmaster of the college, Pastor Ron Woolley.
- 1987–1988: B Block was expanded to cope with college growth.
- 1990: Another new building was opened and named, Kurilpa.
- 1991: In memory of Ian Feeney, a building was opened and named in his honour. The building was called, The Ian Feeney Building.
- 1993: The college opened its first arts building named, The Reformation Building (also abbreviated as R Block).
- 1996: The first library at the college was opened in the secondary school and was called, The Ted & Margaret Linke Building.
- 1998: The secondary school built a locker room to help support students currently attending.
- 1999: The college began to focus more on the development of the primary area and opened a Year 1 centre called, The John & Kay Gagliardi Building.
- 2000: The college opened an administration building to be used for staff and the headmaster, which was named, Grace House.
- 2002: An Integrated Technology Centre (also abbreviated as ITC) was completed to be used to help facilitate the increasing growth in the secondary school.
- 2003: The first primary Art Centre was opened.
- 2006: On 16 May, the secondary school opened its first Science Centre in conjunction with the college's Foundation Day 2006. It was designed by a team of architects, led by Greg Kearney, who had the goal of ensuring that the building helped facilitate students actively involved in science education. It was then built by a group led by John Maguire. Finally, the Science Centre was declared open by Len Morris and his wife. Len Morris is a long-standing member of Citipointe Church Brisbane and a former science academic at The University of Queensland.
- A primary Quad Shade Structure was constructed to help primary students stay sun safe.
- In accordance with the Governments Prep education requirements, a building was constructed and called PrepWorld.
- A multipurpose undercover area was constructed over the existing basketball court and swimming pool to provide students with greater sun protection because adequate sun protection did not already exist.
- 2007: An extension was made to the primary's ESL Building, currently located beside the primary Art Centre.
- 2008: The International College was fully constructed.
- 2011: The New College Hall was fully constructed.
- 2017: New alfresco café began construction.
- 2018: This year marked the appointment of the current principal of the college, Pastor Brian Mulheran.
- Tim Bettinson, singer-songwriter. Vancouver Sleep Clinic
- Adrian Schrinner, Lord Mayor of Brisbane City Council.
Citipointe Christian College stands on a 100-acre (0.40 km2) campus that is shared with Citipointe Church Brisbane, Citipointe ChildCare, and Christian Heritage College (a private tertiary). It is situated in the south-eastern suburbs of Brisbane and is located between the suburbs of Carindale and Mansfield at the address: 322 Wecker Road, Carindale 4152.
- Pastor Ian Feeney (1978–1980), first principal.
- Pastor Lloyd Eastgate (1980–1982), second principal.
- Pastor Brian Millis (1982–1985), third principal.
- Pastor Ron Woolley (1985–2017), longest serving principal.
- Pastor Brian Mulheran (2018–present) fifth principal.
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- Fitz-Payne, Glenda (26 June 2017). "ANNUAL APPEAL – Alfresco Cafe". citipointe christian college. Retrieved 2 March 2018.
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- "Principal's Welcome – Citipointe Christian College". Citipointe Christian College. Retrieved 2 March 2018.